Spina Bifida Meningocele
- Hospitalization of patients with myelomeningocele in the 21st century
- Myelomeningocele is a neural tube defect affecting many systems in the human body and requiring multidisciplinary medical care to ensure optimal function and quality of life as well as survival of the patient.
- While One Woman Aborted Her Baby Because He Had Spina Bifida, I Fought for My
- Last week, LifeNews reported the tragic story of Joy Freeman who had a late-term abortion after her unborn baby boy was diagnosed with the spinal disorder.
- "My son has broken every boundary set on him": Life with spina bifida
- It's not uncommon to see stories of women talking “bravely” about how they chose to abort their baby with a disability. They'll usually say the same things: they didn't want their child to suffer.
- Pride of Coventry and Warwickshire: Taekwondo ace Chloe beats the odds after
- Chloe was born with myelomeningocele - the most serious form of spina bifida - and had a tumour on her spine preventing her right foot and leg from developing at the same rate as the left one. Her mum Nicola was told Chloe would never walk but through ...
- Volunteers lift Hospice clients' spirits
- Hospice has about 250 volunteers, including 120 that do client work, she adds. Moreton has just recently connected with a new client Penny Hearst. She suffers from spina bifida myelomeningocele.
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